The baby after the full moon has adapted to take a bath every day. If he doesn’t wash her for a few days, he may feel uncomfortable and cry. And the baby after the full moon is no longer as soft as the newborn, and the novice parents have accumulated a month’s experience, so it is no longer difficult to bathe the baby, just take her as a required course every day.
&The bath temperature of baby in winter should not be higher than 38C a603
Winter weather began to turn cold, parents are afraid that the baby will catch cold, often choose to use hot water to bathe the baby. But the bath water temperature is too high, it is easy to damage the baby’s skin barrier function. If the temperature of bath water is too high, it is easy to wash the sebum on the skin surface of baby, while the function of human sebaceous gland will be weakened in winter. If the temperature is lower than 37 ℃, the sebaceous gland will stop secreting. Lack of sebum protection, coupled with dry weather in winter, the baby’s skin moisture is very easy to lose, resulting in dry skin, desquamation.
For new babies, this situation will be more prominent. Too high temperature can also aggravate itching and discomfort for babies with eczema. Here, Xiaobian suggests that the bath water for the baby in winter should not exceed 38 degrees Celsius. Parents don’t need to worry about the cold to the baby. In fact, the cold tolerance of the baby is no worse than that of adults. If the bath water temperature is high before, do not lower the baby all of a sudden, need to adjust slowly.
Bath times and time:
It should not be too much or too long. Bath times and time should be arranged scientifically.
In order to avoid skin itching, the number of bathing should not be too much in winter, 1-2 times a week is enough. Paying too much attention to hygiene will damage or even destroy the skin of the body, resulting in the growth of bacteria and the emergence of various skin diseases. In addition, the bath time of the newborn should also be controlled within ten minutes.
Before bathing your baby, be sure to put cold water in the bath first, then add hot water to mix. Remember to “test” the water temperature with your elbow. If you need to add water to your baby’s bath, don’t directly heat the water in the tub or bathtub, because the newborn baby’s skin is very delicate, even in winter, it is easy to be scalded. The right way is: first mix cold water and hot water into warm water in the small basin, then slowly pour it into the bathtub or bathtub, or pick up the baby first, adjust the temperature and then put the baby in, but the speed should be fast, beware of the baby’s cold, in addition, pay special attention to the baby’s safety.
In this way, the baby’s bath water temperature should not be too high, otherwise it may burn the baby. It’s not worth the loss! If you have any questions about children’s health habits and other home-based knowledge, please continue to pay attention to Baibai safety net children’s personal health and safety common sense column.